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Wow I havn't written in a while

09-09-2010 07:20 AM by mkrok | 0 comments »

Been a busy summer… I finally finished one of Andy’s Art boxes. That was fun; thanks Andy. I gotta get a picture up there tonight. Made a lot of useless stuff this summer too. Mostly practice boxes, but I did build a new gate for my side yard, kids treasure boxes, router table extention on my saw. Gotta look at the pictures cause I forgot the rest. We spent a week in Virginai at my family’s new summer house. Can you believe they would not let my take my drill in ...

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The American Woodshop with SCOOT PHILLIPS is Back !!!!!!

09-09-2010 06:24 AM by Delta356 | 8 comments »

Ok So I just got an email from The American Wood Shop that they were coming back on the air, with 13 new shows. The Shows look real neat. I’m a supporter of The American Woodshop, And The New Yankee workshop, and I think both these shows are great and it’s its sham that Norm, (The woodworker I grew up with on TV) is GONE!! I thought if there are any The American Woodshop supporters out there I should let them know about the re airing of the show. If you go to the web site you can...

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Around The Coffeepot Ramblings #8: Good To Get Back

09-09-2010 06:13 AM by William | 8 comments »

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Timber Shows... #6: Whisper quiet wood lathe

09-09-2010 05:53 AM by degoose | 8 comments »

While at the Canberra Timber and Working With Wood Show… I managed to take a few minutes to wander around… this particular stand grabbed my attention… a foot powered lathe… I have already seen a pedal powered table saw and a foot powered scroll saw..but this was the first time I had see the foot powered lathe in action… oh sure in books… but to see it used live… wow…

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Extremely Average #247: Charlie Welcomes a New Friend

09-09-2010 05:06 AM by Ecocandle | 4 comments »

Hello All, Tonight I wrote about the little oak and morado box and his new friend. I hope you enjoy it. http://su.pr/1h5HVu <More talking tiny boxes. :-) Brian

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Workbench #5: Completed Base!

09-09-2010 04:50 AM by Clay Ortiz | 12 comments »

I finally got done with the base. When I started I really didn’t know how this pecan wood turn out looking when it was finished. I really like it! All the worm holes and spalting really make it unique. I don’t think I would want to build a big piece of furniture out of it but as a workbench it’s great. Know that the base is done I’m really excited to move on to finishing the top. All the wedges are ready to go. Just before the finish goes on we made our mark....

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New Workshop #6: Shop is done and I'm moving on in

09-09-2010 04:42 AM by jcwalleye | 13 comments »

It’s been a couple weeks since the shop was completed and I’m starting to get time to enjoy it. Here are a couple pictures of the epoxy master floor going down. Here it’s being spread with the notched squegee included in the kit. And then rolled. Got the hydronic heating system in and running and none too early. The mountains around here have gotten snowed on 4 times in the last 10 days and it’s not melting off. Here’s a pic of the hot water heater, circ...

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Bowling Alley Workbench #15: Falling Off the Wagon... (vise that is)

09-09-2010 04:06 AM by PurpLev | 28 comments »

Hard to believe, I know. It’s been over a year since I announced the workbench complete, although there was always that missing part, that loose end that had to be tied off in order to officially declare it a complete project. Not only was it a loose end (literally, the vise screw was hanging loose in it’s slot), but it was a missing integral part of the bench that I kept on wishing I had setup and functional. The Wagon Vise to hold down boards for planing flat and similar work...

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Workshop Ramblings #7: What a year!

09-09-2010 02:09 AM by brianinpa | 4 comments »

Been gone for a while and haven’t been too busy in the “wood” shop. Too much time spent on a new old hobby of mine. Before: After: When I was diagnosed with MS I decided that I had to do the responsible thing and sell my motorcycle: boy what a mistake. This Spring I decided it was time to get back in the saddle. I had a deal that was too good to pass up fall into my lap so I bought a 1981 Goldwing that needed very little work. I have been enjoying it so much tha...

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Grinder

09-09-2010 02:04 AM by lumberdog | 7 comments »

A few months ago i started looking for some kind of plan for a grinder frame using a 22’ stone wheel, i couldn’t find a plan but i found a couple of photos but they were not appropriate for the early 1800s time period.So i came up with what i think is close to what was built in the era.It is made out of oak,maple,ash and the water box is made of red ceder, it is put together with hand made square nails. The stone started out at 22” but i had to take 1/2” off to true it...

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